How To Find A Job In A New City Before Moving

My sister wanted to move to Melbourne for a long time but had no job offers in hand. She was very keen on getting one though, before she made the plunge, so she did her research and found an informative article that listed the different ways she could get a job before moving. From contacting agents to listing her new location, writing her reason for moving and applying on job portals, there were plenty of effective tips online to help her out. She used these tips and secured a job in a good company and immediately set out to relocate to her favourite city. I am now sharing the article that helped her here so that you can also use these tips and move to your favourite city.

: https://www.betterremovalistsmelbourne.com.au/how-to-find-a-job-in-a-new-city-before-moving/

Elysian Energy enters voluntary administration after doubling its electricity prices in June

Australian-based energy retailer Elysian Energy has been placed into voluntary administration, becoming the seventh boutique provider this year to succumb to the global energy crisis.
The move comes less than two months after the solar-based company told their customers to expect prices to increase by more than 100 per cent.

The ABC has contacted Elysian Energy for comment.

An email from Elysian to customers said existing customers would be appointed to a new retailer under the Retailer of Last Resort scheme by the Australian Energy Regulator and Essential Services Commission Victoria.

Read More: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-09-01/elysian-energy-enters-voluntary-administration/101394746

Class action launched on behalf of anti-mining protesters who were capsicum sprayed by Victoria Police

A class action has been launched against the Victorian government over the use by police of capsicum spray against anti-mining protesters in Melbourne three years ago.
The legal action relates to demonstrations outside the International Mining and Resources Conference at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre in October 2019.

Police arrested numerous people over several days of protests, and used capsicum spray to break up climate activists who’d gathered outside the venue.

The class action claims the use of capsicum spray was unlawful and excessive, and that protesters were not causing an immediate threat to police officers or the public.

Read More: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-09-02/class-action-launched-over-police-capsicum-spray-victoria/101398716

Melbourne artist Efterpi Soropos creates Human Rooms for aged care, palliative care to improve end-of-life experience

When Efterpi Soropos’s mother was dying from breast cancer in the 1990s, the artist was struck by the intense light and chaotic sounds of her hospital room.

That experience and a desire to change end-of-life experiences would change the course of her work.

Ms Soropos has since spent more than a decade researching the effect of hospital environments on patients and created experimental immersive installations, known as Human Rooms, in a bid to change the atmosphere in hospitals.

Read More: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-09-02/efterpi-soropos-creates-human-rooms-for-aged-and-palliative-care/101375128

10 Things To Do When Moving Into A New House

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Buying a first home in the capital city of Victoria is like a dream come true. You did your best and invested all your capital to buy your dream home. However, the journey is quite long. You need to prepare everything from a safe and sound relocation. Sort out household items, prepare large appliances, dismantle big furniture, pack fragile items and hire best removalists in Melbourne. If you are doing it for the first time, you should be concerned about your new abode as well. It is good to focus on important things that can help you move into a new home with ease. For more details, read the article I am sharing below on my page.

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Calls for Daylesford Hospital upgrade funding as Victoria state election nears

Residents are calling for funding to upgrade Daylesford Hospital as they watch other regional hospital projects get major election promises, including a $541-million redevelopment at Ballarat.
Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed the Victorian government has no plans to fund the project ahead of the next election, on the day he toured the Ballarat Base Hospital upgrades.

It has been more than 20 years since the Daylesford Hospital was funded for significant upgrades, with ageing infrastructure creating big operation problems throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Read More: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-25/calls-for-daylesford-hospital-upgrade-funding/101266528

Melbourne shivers through coldest winter day in four years as St Kilda Icebergs head to the beach

It was Melbourne’s coldest morning in four years, but for the St Kilda Icebergs, it’s not the dip in near-freezing conditions that is the struggle — it’s getting out of bed.
Actor and Icebergs swimmer Natasha Herbert said she got into the habit about two years ago, during the COVID-19 lockdowns.

“I was just doing it on my own and it was purely because all the theatres were closed — I had no work, I was anxious about that,” she told ABC Radio Melbourne.

“I found to go in the cold water every day, it wiped all anxiety for me.

Read More: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-20/port-of-melbourne-st-kilda-icebergs-swim-on-coldest-day/101253500

Truck driver who killed four police officers on Melbourne’s Eastern Freeway appeals sentence

A truck driver who was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison after ploughing his prime mover into four police officers on a Melbourne freeway has launched an appeal, telling Victoria’s highest court he has been treated too harshly.
Mohinder Singh, 49, was ordered to spend 22 years behind bars over the deaths of Constables Glen Humphris and Joshua Prestney, Senior Constable Kevin King and Leading Senior Constable Lynette Taylor on the Eastern Freeway.

In April 2020, Leading Senior Constable Taylor and First Constable Humphris pulled over Melbourne man Richard Pusey for driving his Porsche at 149 kilometres per hour on the Eastern Freeway.

Read More: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-25/melbourne-eastern-freeway-police-crash-truck-driver-appeal/101267328

Things to Consider When Looking for A Laser Hair Removal Clinic

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I loved the idea of getting my hair removed with the help of laser as it permanently reduces new growth. I was ecstatic to know about it and went straight to the nearest spa to get it done. However, it turned out to be a nightmare as they were using outdating systems and were not even qualified to complete the treatment. I spent a lot of money but did not get any decent results. I was disappointed and gave them very bad reviews. After that I found a proper clinic that had qualified staff and all the licences. Here is an article that will help you to find the best clinic for hair removal.

https://www.freshskincanvas.com.au/things-to-consider-when-looking-for-a-laser-hair-removal-clinic/

Novak Djokovic did not have guaranteed entry to Australia, government lawyers argue

Novak Djokovic was not given an assurance by the federal government that his exemption to enter Australia without being vaccinated would be accepted, government lawyers said in court filings ahead of a Monday hearing.
The tennis star is fighting to overturn a decision by the Department of Home Affairs to quash his visa because he had not received a COVID-19 vaccination.

Djokovic’s legal team said the Serbian player had an assessment from the department that his responses on his travel declaration indicated he met the requirements for quarantine-free entry into the country.

Read More: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-01-09/djokovic-did-not-have-guaranteed-entry-to-australia-lawyers-say/100746838